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Wanted Man - Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash At San Quentin (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Artist: Johnny Cash. Title: At San Quentin. Format: Vinyl LP. Genre: Country. UPC: Release Date: Record Label: Sony Legacy. Album Tracks DISC 1: 1. Wanted Man 2. Wreck of the Old 97 3. I Walk the Line 4. Darling Companion 5. Starkville City Jail DISC 2: 1. San Quentin 2. San Quentin 3. A Boy Named Sue 4. Peace in the Valley Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. At San Quentin is the 31st overall album by Johnny Cash, recorded live at San Quentin State Prison on February 24, and released on June 4 of that same year. The concert was filmed by Granada Television, produced and directed by Michael anoferzitofetibucknessivovil.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  3. Jun 09,  · The huge commercial and critical success of At Folsom Prison allowed Cash to record another live set at a prison, and San Quentin proved the obvious choice. In February , Cash recorded a live.
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  5. Johnny Cash: Johnny Cash at San Quentin (LP, Vinyl record album) - A stunning live prison performance from the Man In Black, recorded in conjunction with a television -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
  6. Wanted Man Wreck Of The Old 97 I Walk The Line Darling Companion Starkville City Jail San Quentin San Quentin A Boy Named Sue (There'll Be) Peace In The Valley Folsom Prison Blues. Johnny Cash - At San Quentin collectible vinyl lp record album for sale. Buy At San Quentin, used vinyl record from Johnny Cash.
  7. The album’s most popular track, though, remains the Shel Silverstein-penned novelty number “A Boy Named Sue,” which became the biggest hit single of Cash’s career. Johnny Cash At San Quentin Track Listing 1. Wanted Man 2. Wreck of the Old 97 3. I Walk the Line 4. Darling Companion 5. Starkville City Jail 6. San Quentin 7. San Quentin 8.
  8. Johnny Cash remembers the forgotten men. They love him. Singing inside a prison to men whose spirits are being destroyed by our mindless penal system is Johnny Cash's kind of revolution. Music becomes spirituality in the context of the prison. Music is inherently destructive of everything penology stands for. Music affirms. Music liberates.

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